A successful LMS launch means higher adoption rates and a higher level of satisfaction with the new platform. After all, schools want to get the full value of their investment in an LMS. Taking the steps (or just some of them) presented in this post can really help you start off on the right foot.
The evolution of additive manufacturing and 3D printing solutions is opening up new horizons in educational practices, across varied disciplines and degrees of instruction. Here are a number of benefits that this technology can bring in education:
It’s our duty as educators to try and find the suitable way of teaching with the sole purpose in mind of shaping creative and empathic human beings capable of tackling future problems. Personalized learning through design thinking will give students meaningful tasks to solve and develop skills relevant for the social challenges ahead.
Incorporating edtech in the classroom may be challenging for many teachers, but not impossible. In fact, more and more teachers across the globe are embracing it with various degrees of success. Let’s take a look at five ways educators can incorporate edtech in the classroom:
Augmented Reality is an interactive experience where technology is used to place a computer-generated image into the real world. By pointing a device’s camera at a given surface, the world around you can be transformed with augmented video, sound and graphics to entertain, engage or — for what we’re really interested in — educate the user.
Students have an innate desire to learn that needs to be nurtured. This can be achieved through teaching practices that encourage learning autonomy, relatedness, and competence, the three core elements of the Self Determination Theory.
ALCs are here to challenge our assumptions that more seat time in a traditional lecture setting in HE equals better learning outcomes. In fact, it must just be the opposite. Here are what instructors and HE administrators should know about them:
Trying some new strategies and using some of the many different digital tools to expand how, when, and where students learn can be a good example to set for students. Take some risks in the classroom and use a number of edtech tools to help build and foster positive relationships.
As more and more students are exposed to linguistic and cultural diversity throughout their careers and their lives, language classes are an excellent environment to develop multilingual communication skills and intercultural awareness. Bringing an LMS into the learning process can definitely improve learners’ engagement.
More and more people now use virtual assistants in the form of smart speakers and their AI-powered software in an increasing number of aspects of their daily lives. Here are a few reasons why educators should consider using smart speakers to boost parental engagement: